Some think that the younger you are, the less likely you are to be able to sustain a business for the long haul. Many assume that young entrepreneurs lack the necessary skills to start and operate a company, especially beyond the 5 or 10 year mark. They lack the discipline, contacts, and financial resources that their more experienced peers possess. But are you sure about this?
Meet Hamilton Gmah, an influential visionary who defied this stereotype by working with a major multinational corporation, establishing himself as an internet influencer, creating a network marketing firm, and overcoming obstacles all at the age of 24!
Hamilton lived in London for the first 16 years of his life, then became a resident of Houston, where he bootstrapped and sprinted his way into financial independence — raking in all those ‘Almighty Dollars’ by ditching the 9-to-5 thing. The recipe? “Work work work work, End goal, Determination, Prayers” he says.
The 1996-born entrepreneur studied Pre Physical Therapy from The University of South Carolina Upstate while working at Red Lobster. Obviously, for a college student studying to become a PT, a Monday-to-Friday grind at a restaurant was not ideal, but Hamilton persisted while looking for job opportunities within his field. While in school Hamilton attended a summit in Detroit in 2019, and achieved the coveted accolade of being a Forbes Under 30 scholar. Hamilton was on the way to securing a successful corporate career, but when the…